Next Saturday, September 29, is a kickin’ day for the arts in New York City. And we’re not going to list all of things going on that night, because on Saturday night, you should be one place and one place only: at St. Ann’s Church with us, enjoying our fantastic concert as we bring new life to 5 rarely-played 20th and 21st-century pieces.
But there IS something going on next Saturday (besides our concert) that we feel is worth stopping by and supporting during the day. It’s called RUCKUS NYC, they’re in the midst of a very successful Kickstarter campaign, and the idea is nothing short of awesome. Check out these funny guys:
In case you can’t watch the video right now: RUCKUS is an all-day conference that brings together a bunch of informed artists and intelligent techies (including those rare few who have managed to be both, like RUCKUS organizers Kevin Clark, Zach Herchen, and Victoria Nece) to talk about how to cultivate your art and career in a digitally-centered age – something we are all striving to do successfully.
Make sure you check them out, go to some of their lectures during the day, support them on Kickstarter, (or all of the above) and then join the SOB for a concert and lively-per-usual post-concert reception that night! Sound like an enriching way to spend a Saturday? That’s because it is.